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Sheet music.

Music Demonstrated to Alleviate Cancer Patients’ Symptoms

A review looking at studies on the effect music interventions have on the treatment of cancer patients found treatment benefits for anxiety, pain, fatigue and overall quality of life.
A piece of art created by a study participant using both markers and modeling clay. They said the experience was "therapeutic, relaxing [and] thoughtful." Courtesy of Girija Kaimal.

At Any Skill Level, Making Art Reduces Stress Hormones

A Drexel University study found that no matter a person’s skill level, taking time to make art is likely to reduce their stress hormone levels.
Drexel students mingle at this year's Graduate Student Day.

Graduate Student Day Honors Research, Dissertations and Promise

Master’s and doctoral students were recognized at Graduate Student Day for their accomplishments throughout the year.
Mother-Baby Connections

Drexel’s Postpartum Depression Clinic Is First of Its Kind in the Region

Mother-Baby Connections is an intensive outpatient clinic based at Drexel that provides various therapies for mothers experiencing stress and postpartum depression. 

College of Nursing and Health Professions Dean Gloria Donnelly during her first comedy performance in 2010.

Financially Distressed Students Benefit from Drexel Dean’s Comedy

The dean of Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions will host a new show to benefit the emergency fund she created five years ago to help out students who need financial support.
This year's co-op award winners are pictured. Bottom row left to right: Lynn Gotuaco, Conchita Taylor, Chau Dang, Angelique Giannascoli and Sarah Griggs. Back row left to right: Sandra Petri, Arvid Roach and Brandon Katz.

Celebrating the Best of Drexel’s Historic Co-op Program in 2016

Drexel’s annual Cooperative Education Awards honored outstanding co-op students and employers alike.
A woman sitting with her head in her hands.

Bisexual and Questioning Young Women More Susceptible to Depression, Drexel Study Finds

Looking into the differences in mental health symptoms experienced by those in the LGBQ community, a team from Drexel’s Department of Couple and Family Therapy found key disparities in the risks faced by certain groups.
Celebrating Drexel Authors

Celebrating All Drexel Authors

For the fourth year, the Office of the Provost and Drexel Libraries highlighted the work of Drexel’s authors and editors. This year, for the first time, published students were honored along with faculty and staff.
The Morani Exhibit

Art and Medicine Hold Hands in the Morani Collection

A new display from The Drexel Collection showcases art created and collected by groundbreaking surgeon Alma Dea Morani, MD. Morani believed that an appreciation of art made better, more humane physicians.
Attendees at the third Collaboratory event chat with Karyn Holt via a robot.

Using Technology to Enhance, Not Obscure, the Human Touch

Drexel professors showed how to use robots, trump cat videos and emphasize human interaction through the technology at Online Learning Council’s third Collaboratory.
Drexel EMS students received recognition from the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation.

Drexel’s Emergency Medical Services Student Organization Named One of the Best in the Country

A group of dedicated and licensed emergency medical professionals who are also Drexel students was recently recognized by the top organization in their field by the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation.

President John A. Fry presents his strategic plan at the Queen Lane Campus

President Fry’s Second and Third Town Halls Highlight the Importance of Communication

In town hall meetings at Drexel’s Center City and Queen Lane campuses, President John A. Fry said communication between colleges sparked the successes of the past year and detailed how it will be even more important in the years to come.